While the sudden cold snap has caused problems for many, the wildlife at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, near Fakenham, looked quite content in the snow yesterday.

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Many walked on water, waddled through snow and enjoyed the calm tranquillity in private.

The reserve is closed to the public for health and safety reasons but staff are still going in to feed the birds and red squirrels.

EDP photographer Ian Burt enjoyed exclusive access to the reserve yesterday to capture these stunning pictures.

Updates on the opening of the reserve will appear on the website, www.pensthorpe.com

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  • Some stunning photos as you say but, once again, a complete and disrespectful lack of competence with the captions, particularly the photo of Red-breasted geese with the caption "A pair of wild cranes fly over Pensthorpe Nature Reserve" and "Wildlife stood on the frozen lake at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve."

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